Friends and family gathered at Old Tucson Studios to share stories of Jack "Black Jack" Young who died at the age of 91.
Young was a legendary Tucson icon, stuntman, and actor.
Chaz Lee has known Black Jack for 35 years and says "I'm blown away by the fact that I was given the opportunity to be touched by his life and his decisions which allowed me to further my career in the stunt world."
Friends say, Young broke many bones but would get up and the stunt over and over again. "in the stunt world, real stuntman we live by a motto - pain goes away but film lasts forever," says Lee.
Another man, Glen Gold says he first met Young in 1970 - they were both in the Navy together.
"I was either working for him or working with him in all the same movies - it evolved from there and we've been friends."
Friends recall Young saying, "I can't remember lines at all but I can fall off a horse."